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TALKS about the post World Cup depression are rather alarming - Avusa Media Live spoke to some of our celebrities to find out what they will be doing after the final whistle.
Singer Lira said: "Our family got together a lot during the tournament - eventually we found reasons other than the World cup to keep spending time together. I think we'll just keep up that spirit."
Singer Danny K said: "I must say that personally I am against this prophecy that we will fall into depression with all the World Cup hype dying down. I think we have proved that as a nation we are resilient; we have fought bigger challenges and won."
Socialite Uyanda Mbuli said: "South Africa will never be the same. We will carry the World Cup memories for years to come."
Upcoming musician Ternielle Nelson said: "As a new artist on the South African music scene I will now have the time to present my talents without being sidelined because of the soccer."
Radio presenter Jen Su said she had the most incredible World Cup experience.
"I have had the most incredible World Cup. It is going to be so hard to get back to normal when it is all over."
Singer Winnie Khumalo said she will take some much needed time off to be with her family.
"I plan to spend some quality time with my children. I have been on the road performing for some time.
"Some of us will be having fun celebrating, but others will be depressed for reasons only known to them."
Liezel van der Westhuizen said she does not believe that the South Africans will be depressed after the tournament.
"We are a very up-beat and positive nation.
"There are also so many other sporting events happening locally, such as the Tri-Nations and I believe some of the matches will be played at Soccer City."
Actress and choreographer Khabonina Qubeka said: "Instead of mzansi being 'hit' by the post World Cup depression we should rather pat ourselves in the back for a job well done and prepare to do bigger things."